Press


January 2019

Pheobe, a facility Therapy Dog is donated to Snoqualmie, WA Fire Department

K-9 Caring Angels Therapy dog joins Snoqualmie Fire Department as stress reliever

Phoebe is a one-year-old Goldendoodle who helps firefighters and emergency crews through the stresses of their jobs.

 

January 2019

Zora, a facility Therapy Dog with Lewis County, NY Rescue Squad

Emergency responders see it all, and it can take a toll on their spirits. So one north country ambulance squad has recruited a new member to the team. She's a golden doodle named Zora. And she works at the Lewis County Rescue Squad. The crew got her through a group called "K-9 Caring Angels" out of Virginia.
 

December 2018

Selected by Stohlman Subaru of Sterling as the local charity for Subaru’s Share the Love Campaign

July 2018

Fairfax County Firestation 32

 

June 2018

From The Dog’s Paw – What a great mission, K9CA!
— Noah! Fairfax County Times
 

April 2018

The Transformative Power of Therapy Dogs in Professional and Personal Environments
— Lynn Ritter- Northern Virginia Family Service

February 2018

Working with Fairfax County Juvenile Detention Center

 

November 2017

Meet the therapy dog keeping stress at bay in Fairfax County

1st firehouse therapy dog in the country
 

October 2017

Welcome K9 Wally! Therapy Dog Assigned To Fire Station 32 – Fairview
— Fairfax County Fire and Rescue
 

January 2017

Dog search for Iraq War vet leads to animal training business
— Potomac Local
 

June 2016

Paws for the Heart- All Hands Magazine Online

Expose on Eaan Green and his Service Dog Dee Dee who was acquired, trained and donated to him by Caring Angels Therapy Dogs. All Hands Magazine is a web publication for Sailors by Sailors. Our goal is to include articles, information, imagery and videos that are relevant to Sailors and their families.

December 2015

Community Conversation with What’s Up Prince William

Sonny Madsen and Angela Moxley talk about K-9 Caring Angels. The Manassas-based non-profit seeks to connect therapy, service and comfort canines with community members.